Hyper Vision HPV-X2 Ultra-High-Speed Video Camera
Ultra-high-speed Video Recording of Up to 10 Million FPS
Application: Industrial Equipment Fields
- Observation of the machining process in welding equipment and machining equipment
- Operation error analysis of manufacturing equipment
Ultra-high-speed cameras are used to observe and measure high-speed phenomena. These include the behavior of plasma in etching systems, sputtering systems and other plasma equipment, and machining processes in laser machining systems, electrical discharge machines, and cutting machines.
Laser Ablation Film Forming Apparatus
If the laser pulse is irradiated to a target substance, a substance surface stripped (ablation), particles with a light-emitting called plume will pop out. The laser ablation film forming apparatus utilizes this phenomenon, a substrate to be formed a film is arranged opposite to the target substance, and a film by depositing the particles generated by abrasion on the substrate. The image is obtained by observing the generation and disappearance process of the plume with the laser pulses emitted horizontally from the left.
Provided by the Tanabe Laboratory at Kyoto University
Recording speed: 10 million frames/second
Width of field of view: Approx. 50 mm